Inside a complaint filed in condition Superior Court, the condition requests an injunction stopping HP from stopping focus on the work, that is nearly complete following a decade.
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Following the project languished for a long time, the condition and HP signed an amended $16.5 million contract in November 2015. That amended contract known as for that project to become finished this September.
Two days ago, the Journal reported the planned December launch from the computer, which replaces a 30-year-old mainframe and it is likely to reduce customer wait occasions, have been pressed away from December towards the finish of June. Department of motor vehicles officials then stated these were “presently revising” the believed price of the machine.
Captured, the condition hired a brand new IT consultant to become project manager and also the agency has requested 12 new employees to operate around the system if this goes live next summer time.
The condition began the Department of motor vehicles computer project in the year 2006 and 2 years later hired Saber Corp., that has since been acquired by HP, to construct the machine, under an $8.8 million contract.